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Subject3c59x: LK1.1.17 gives No MII transceivers found
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In 2.5.8 there was an update of the 3c59x driver. I have two NICs,
both use this driver, a 3c900 Boomerang and a 3c905C Tornado.

Linux 2.4.17 and 2.5.7 both report
00:08.0: 3Com PCI 3c900 Boomerang 10Mbps Combo at 0xd400. Vers LK1.1.16
00:09.0: 3Com PCI 3c905C Tornado at 0xd000. Vers LK1.1.16

However, the new driver produces:
00:08.0: 3Com PCI 3c900 Boomerang 10Mbps Combo at 0xd400. Vers LK1.1.17
phy=0, phyx=24, mii_status=0xffff
phy=1, phyx=0, mii_status=0xffff
phy=2, phyx=1, mii_status=0xffff
phy=3, phyx=2, mii_status=0xffff
phy=4, phyx=3, mii_status=0xffff
phy=5, phyx=4, mii_status=0xffff
phy=6, phyx=5, mii_status=0xffff
phy=7, phyx=6, mii_status=0xffff
phy=8, phyx=7, mii_status=0xffff
phy=9, phyx=8, mii_status=0xffff
phy=10, phyx=9, mii_status=0xffff
phy=11, phyx=10, mii_status=0xffff
phy=12, phyx=11, mii_status=0xffff
phy=13, phyx=12, mii_status=0xffff
phy=14, phyx=13, mii_status=0xffff
phy=15, phyx=14, mii_status=0xffff
phy=16, phyx=15, mii_status=0xffff
phy=17, phyx=16, mii_status=0xffff
phy=18, phyx=17, mii_status=0xffff
phy=19, phyx=18, mii_status=0xffff
phy=20, phyx=19, mii_status=0xffff
phy=21, phyx=20, mii_status=0xffff
phy=22, phyx=21, mii_status=0xffff
phy=23, phyx=22, mii_status=0xffff
phy=24, phyx=23, mii_status=0xffff
phy=25, phyx=25, mii_status=0xffff
phy=26, phyx=26, mii_status=0xffff
phy=27, phyx=27, mii_status=0xffff
phy=28, phyx=28, mii_status=0xffff
phy=29, phyx=29, mii_status=0xffff
phy=30, phyx=30, mii_status=0xffff
phy=31, phyx=31, mii_status=0xffff
***WARNING*** No MII transceivers found!
00:09.0: 3Com PCI 3c905C Tornado at 0xd000. Vers LK1.1.17
phy=0, phyx=24, mii_status=0x782d

Does anybody have a clue what can be wrong? Any help would be
appreciated.

Kees
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